Maybe this could become a new popular tongue twister?
I discovered Middle Eats accidentally when I was passing by and I was starving (modest exaggeration – I was a little hungry), and I’m so glad I stepped inside to have a Holy Shakshuka. No nonsense here, you choose from the small menu, you order at the bar and take your own cutlery.
If you’re lucky, you can also stumble upon Middle Eats on one of the many food truck festival in Belgium, the friendly couple combines it with this tiny bistro. Expect experience in a fun place where sometimes music is really loud during service.
On the second floor in Middle Eats there is a cozy and more quiet room for big groups where you can sit around a big table. Eat with friends and feel like home!
Don’t forget to go to the toilet, the funny icons help you choose the right door. I adore the photos on the wall of famous Belgians, Dirk Frimout (the first Belgian on the moon in 1992), our beloved deceased king Boudewijn and last but not least Jean-Claude Van Damme of whom we are all very, very proud.
Fresh, fast, friendly and fair prices, I will not need more encouragements to come back next week! You know this universal expression: east meets west & west eats east!